Police search for person suspected of Credit Card fraud in Lynchburg

Lynchburg Police Department
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LYNCHBURG, Va. (WDBJ7) -- Police are in need of your help to identify a suspect in connection with credit card fraud at a Lynchburg 7-11.

The incident happened on Sunday morning, December 10 at 2337 Fort Ave.

Police report that a young man used a credit card to purchase reloadable gift cards for a large amount of money.

When the card did not work, Police say the man left in a black Chrysler PT cruiser.

The vehicle is said to have after-market wheels with a Virginia license plate: WVP:1628.

Later, police received a call of two vehicles that were broken into at the 600 block of Hayes St. overnight.

Cash and credit cards were stolen from the vehicles.

The credit cards stolen have been reported to have been used at multiple locations, including 7-11.

Anyone with information on this suspect is asked to call police.

The picture shows a young man wearing a light colored hoodie with the word "Savage “written across the front. The car can be seen in the back of the surveillance footage.